Feb 092018
 
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Oct 162017
 
Congo Wins Seat At Human Rights Council, Despite Abuses

The UN General Assembly has elected the Democratic Republic of Congo to the Human Rights Council, despite protests that the country’s record of human rights abuses make it unfit for the job.Congo was among the 15 countries that won seats on the intergovernmental body starting in January 2018. Others included Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Ukraine.U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley called Congo’s election in the October 16 vote “yet another example of why the Human Rights Council lacks credibility and must be reformed in order to be saved.”Congo’s inclusion is “a slap in the face to the many victims of the Congolese government’s grave abuses across the country,” Human Rights Watch said.The advocacy group UN Watch singled out three of the winners — Congo, Qatar, and Pakistan — for criticism, saying that electing them “as a world judge on human rights is like making a pyromaniac into the town fire chief.”Qatar and Nigeria won second terms on the council. The other countries that won seats are Angola, Australia, Senegal, Slovakia, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Nepal, and Spain.The Human Rights Council is made up of 47 UN member states elected through secret ballots for three-year terms. Copyright (c) 2015. RFE/RL, Inc. Reprinted with the permission of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 1201 Connecticut Ave NW, Ste 400, Washington DC 20036. Click for detailed story

Aug 242016
 

PESHAWAR: Preventive campaigns have been initiated across the province in the wake of a growing number of Congo virus cases that have surfaced in other provinces. The decision has been taken by the livestock department. According to a handout issued from the department, the department has established 130 check posts throughout the province. “At least 529 employees have been installed at these check posts,” the document stated. “They are carrying out preventive measures at local cattle markets to eliminate ticks.” A circular has been issued by the livestock department’s extension wing to direct people about how to deal with the virus. According to the circular, Congo fever is spread by a virus which is transmitted from one animal to another and from animals to humans through a special kind of tick. Published in The Express Tribune, August 25th, 2016. The post Congo virus: Preventive campaigns initiated appeared first on The Express Tribune. Click for detailed story

Aug 232016
 

BAHAWALPUR: Rahim Yar Khan district police have been asked to help Livestock Department’s mobile teams in checking animals brought into the district, DCO Zafar Iqbal said on Tuesday. He said the mobile teams had been stationed at police check posts at the entrances to the city. They had been directed to check and spray all animals with anti-ticks medicine. “We want to completely remove any chances of a Congo virus infestation,” the DCO said. The campaign involves raising awareness about preventive measures cattle handlers, cattle brokers and butchers can take to prevent a possible infestation. The DCO said no organisation or department would be allowed to collect hides of sacrificial animals without first being vetted by the District Intelligence Committee. He said fool-proof arrangements had been made to ensure security at cattle markets and at Eidul Azha prayer gatherings. Iqbal said Eidul Azha was around the corner, which is why all assistant commissioners have been told to speed up efforts to eradicate Congo virus. Banners carrying precautionary measures have been placed at all hospitals, public spaces and cattle markets. A special counter has been set up at Shaikh Zayed Hospital and a special ward has been quarantined, even though there has been no Congo virus case reported yet, he said. The DCO said that the district administration had taken strict notice of reports of an increase in child kidnappings in the province. He said though they believed it to be a rumour, the district administration and police had decided to draw [Read More…]

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